INCUBATE Demo Day at ATP Innovations
The teams have spent three months building their technologies, which span from regenerative medicine, a project management platform for the building industry, to personalised eyewear track-able on the smartphone.
At Demo Day teams will showcase achievements and pitch for investment to grow their start-ups.
After Demo Day, ATP Innovations will again support the teams as it has done with previous cohorts, by providing them with space in its Accelerator HUB, mentoring, administrative support and membership in its eclectic, entrepreneurial community (except for Vistr which has been accepted into Telstra backed Muru-D accelerator). The INCUBATE teams will remain for three months before they must “pitch to stay.”
Demo Day Event Details
Date: Wednesday 12 March, from 5:30pm-9:00pm
Location: ATP Innovations, Ground floor, Seminar room, National Innovation Centre
Australian Technology Park, 4 Cornwallis St EVELEIGH NSW 2015
Register: By Friday 7 March – click here
Trimph – Allowing non-invasive regenerative medicine through cutting-edge injectable gels
Infrasis – Information management platform for building projects enabling more effective communication, task tracking and production control for more efficient project planning and delivery
OneIntern – Centralised recruitment platform for employers and students, connecting students with internship opportunities by auto-matching them with employers
TZUKURI – The next generation of personalised eyewear that you can keep track of with your phone
Vistr – Online software that tracks, forecasts, and improves small business cash-flows by interpreting data from Xero. Vistr has received investment from Telstra-backed Muru-D Accelerator.
Beak – Analytics platform for retailers that uses low energy bluetooth technology to easily track their retail customers
INCUBATE is an award-winning start-up accelerator and entrepreneur program developed by the University of Sydney Union. INCUBATE provides selected start-ups with co-working space and mentoring from Australia’s most recognised entrepreneurs and a share of $40,000 equity-free funding to build and develop their business idea ready to present to potential investors and the media at Demo Day in March.
- Telstra picks startups for $40,000 investment (techworld.com.au)
- Ten start-ups announced for Telstra backed accelerator program muru-D (startupsmart.com.au)